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  • Published on Sep 30, 2014
    NASCAR in Kansas

    Let's Go Racing

    It is a great time to be a sports fan in Kansas City. With the Chiefs win on Monday Night Football and the Royals hosting a playoff game tonight for the first time in 29 years, this week is off to a great start in Kansas City! But the fun doesn't end tonight.

    The NASCAR Chase for the Cup will make it's second stop this season to Kansas Speedway this weekend and we hope you will be there!

    Kansas Speedway will host the fourth race in the chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup this Sunday, Oct. 5 and if you don’t have tickets, you need to hurry up before they are all gone!

    There will be race activities going on all weekend so don’t miss out. Below is the schedule for events this weekend at the track!

    Friday, Oct. 3

    10 a.m.          Interactive Fan Display opens
    11 a.m.           NASCAR Nationwide Series practice
    12 p.m.         NASCAR Sprint Cup Series practice
    1:35 p.m.      ARCA Qualifying
    3 p.m.           NASCAR Nationwide Series final practice
    3:30 p.m.     ARCA Drivers Autograph Session in Sprint FanWalk
    4:45 p.m.     NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Qualifying
    7 p.m.           ARCA Driver introductions
    7:30 p.m.     ARCA Race (green flag at 7:47 p.m.)
    Post-Race   Post-race Drowning Pool concert (FREE for ARCA Ticket holders)

    Saturday, Oct. 4

    8 a.m.         Grandstand gates, Interactive Fan Display and Sprint FanWalk open
    10 a.m.       NASCAR Sprint Cup Series practice
    11:15 a.m.   NASCAR Nationwide Series qualifying
    1 p.m.         NASCAR Sprint Cup Series final practice
    2 p.m.        NASCAR Nationwide Series driver introductions
    2:30 p.m.   Kansas Lottery 300 Race

    Sunday, Oct. 5   

    6 a.m.          Parking lots open
    8 a.m.          Grandstand gates, Interactive Fan Display and Sprint FanWalk open
    10:30 a.m.   Katy Guillen and the Girls band presented by Ink on the Sprint FanWalk stage
    11:15 a.m.     Joe Nichols Pre-Race concert
    12:20 p.m.   NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver introductions
    1 p.m.           Hollywood Casino 400 NASCAR Sprint Cup Race

    If you still need tickets there is still time to get yours to this playoff race! As always you can bring your own coolers into the race and parking is free! If you are choosing to use your RV, there will be plenty of RV camping as well.


    Thinking about bringing your RV? You have several options for camping at the speedway.

    Richmond and Daytona Campground

    The Richmond Campground is located on the southeast corner of Kansas Speedway's property. The Richmond Campground is $150 per weekend. If you choose to stay at this location, track officials will give you a lift to the grandstand for the events in the morning.
    Here is what you get if you choose to camp at Kansas Speedway's Richmond Campground:

    • One complimentary add-on vehicle pass per RV space purchased
    • All motorhome units must be self-contained with running water and a holding tank for wastewater
    • Grandstand tickets MUST be on the same account as the campground spot.

    The infield, terrace and phoenix campgrounds were all sold as a season pass, so if you don't have a pass for this weekend, the Richmond campground would be the way to go!

    If you don't want to camp directly onsite, there are plenty of campgrounds around the area that have great amenities. 

    Trailside RV

    If you are looking for parts and accessories to get you ready for race weekend, come on down to Trailside RV!

    We have the best parts and accessories in the Kansas City area. Stop on by our shop or check out our online parts store.

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